6.35 Maths Methods: Fourier
Analysis 7.00 Modern Art:
Duchamp 7.25 Maths: Energy
Through the Window 7.50 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600
8.15Polar Oceans 8.40
Instruments under Wraps 9.05
What You Never Knew About Sex
9.30 The Melbury Road Set 9.55 Quantum Leaps into the Atom
10.20 Wrapping up the Themes
11.10 Survivingthe Exam 11.35 Wheels of Progress
The Great Spiral.
Patrick Moore studies the Great Spiral in Andromeda, a huge galaxy containing more than 100,000 million stars and located two million light-years away.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
3.45 Three-day eventing
The IAAF/Diet Coke World
Half Marathon Championship Great North Run from
Newcastle. The world's top long distance runners converge on Newcastle for the inaugural World Half Marathon
Championship, with both men's and women's titles up for grabs. Plus more from the IAAF
World Junior Championships which end in Seoul today. Commentary by David Coleman , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey , with reports from Paul Dickenson and Hazel Irvine.
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Burghley Horse Trials. A look at the dressage, cross-country and show jumping action from one of the most prestigious events in the equestrian calendar. Commentary by Michael Tucker , Lorna Clarke and Stephen Hadley.
Motor Cycle News British Supercup. The Supercup season comes to an end with the sixth and final round from
Brands Hatch. Commentary by Barry Nutley , Roger Burnett. Television presentation
(Athletics) Martin Webster
(Motorcycling) Keith Mackenzie
An affectionate look at this much-loved method of transport. Trams are now being rediscovered as a solution to traffic jams and pollution. Series producer Peter Grimsdale Director Andrew Johnston
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The second semi-final of the singles and brace championships in the television sheepdog trials. Phil Drabble introduces the handlers, and Ray Ollerenshaw explains the finer points of the trials which will complete the line-up for the finals.
Director Ian Russell ; Producer Ian Smith ● STEREO
Continuing David Attenborough 's award-winning Life Trilogy. The Baking Deserts. The hottest, driest places on earth are home to some amazing animals, plants and desert-living people. Mammals become active at night, while reptiles hunt in the early morning, and by midday all have sought shade. Plants however must endure the heat, and have adapted to do so. When rain falls, dead plants move to disperse their seeds, and flowers put on a dazzling display. Producer Andrew Neal
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A six-part series that explores the serious side of the fashion industry. Runway. The glitzy runway shows of Paris, Milan, London and New York attract designers, models, journalists, buyers, celebrities, wealthy clients and knock-off merchants. They are all players in a multi-billion-dollar industry. But who sits where? This first film explores the political map of fashion. It also looks at the evolution of the superstar model.
Producers/Directors Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
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Jeremy Paxman and guests review the week's television highlights and discuss three of the programmes that engaged them most. Editor Anne Tyerman • STEREO
Short films about our experience of time.
Wedding Day. Six couples get married on a typical day at the register office. By time-lapse photography the six ceremonies are combined in a film that lasts exactly as long as it takes to tie the knot.
The French people vote in a referendum which could decide the future shape of Europe. As the result is declared,
Jeremy Paxman in London and Peter Snow in Paris ask how its implications will affect the 350 million people who live in the European Community.
Santa Clara is a small town with the darkest of secrets. A place where a Vampires Everywhere comic could save your life and where there's always have fresh blood to drink.
Director Joel Schumcher
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Starring Darren McGavin The Youth Killer. While investigating an exclusive dating agency that turns smart single people into aged corpses, Kolchak finds himself earmarked for a premature death.